As a still photographer, Richard Slater was best known not only for his travel photography but also for his collaboration with the Royal Geographical Society, which led to his spending five years exploring London, photographing and filming interviews with Londoners all over the city. This work appeared in the six week People in London exhibition at the RGS and in Richard’s book, also called People in London. Together with cameraman, Bud Gallimore, and editor, Becky Gallimore, Richard began making films in 2017 and so far they have made four. The first was a thirty minute documentary called MAKING IT THROUGH Hitler’s War on Jews and that was followed by the music video The Refugee’s Song, the history of Sydney's harbour ferries called A Ferry Story and a documentary film based on poetry and still photos called This Strange Eventful History.
  • Producer (4 Credits)
    This Strange Eventful History2019
    Documentary
    A Ferry Story2018
    Documentary
    MAKING IT THROUGH Hitler's War on Jews2017
    Documentary
    The Refugee's Song2017
    Music Video
  • Director (4 Credits)
    This Strange Eventful History2019
    Documentary
    A Ferry Story2018
    Documentary
    MAKING IT THROUGH Hitler's War on Jews2017
    Documentary
    The Refugee's Song2017
    Music Video
  • Writer (1 Credit)
    MAKING IT THROUGH Hitler's War on Jews2017
    Documentary
finalist
MAKING IT THROUGH Hitler's War on Jews
Filmmaker International Film Festival
Marbella
2018
College
Cambridge University
Law
19661969
Birth Date
August 18, 1948
Birth City
London
Current City
London
Hometown
London
Gender
Male
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